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Yahoo! ArtsOct 23, 2020
‘He's losing it. He's losing it': Watching the final election debate with staunch Trump loyalists and cardboard cutouts of president
President is fighting for his political life in Florida, writes Andrew Buncombe from a debate-watching party in Daytona Beach


Yahoo! ArtsOct 22, 2020
Pete Buttigieg rebuts Fox News' attack on Hunter Biden: 'If they want to make this about the business deals of a government official...'
Former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg was back on Fox News on Thursday night ahead of the final presidential debate, where he faced questions about the recent stories alleging misconduct by Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden. "It's not even clear what [they're] claiming it adds up to," Buttigieg said of Biden's opponents and the new claims. "They're just kind of saying, 'oh, there are questions.'"Host Bret Baier jumped in to clarify that the unsubstantiated allegation is that Joe Biden was "discussing all of his business deals" with his son."If they want to make this about the business deals of a government official, let's talk about the president of the United States having a secret Chinese bank account," Mayor Pete shot back. "That's not like something somebody said that used to work with somebody related to the president in email, that's a matter of documented fact. And they won't even tell us what bank it's with!"Buttigieg concluded, "I'm pretty sure that bothers Americans a lot more than what [the Trump campaign] is trying to whip up for the last 12 days of this election season." Watch the zinger below. Buttigieg: If they want to make this about the business deals of a government official, let's talk about the President of the United States having a secret Chinese bank account pic.twitter.com/kgQ7uspaOy -- Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) October 22, 2020More stori

Yahoo! ArtsOct 22, 2020
More than 47 million ballots cast in U.S. election, eclipsing 2016 early turnout
U.S. voters have cast more than 47 million votes for the Nov. 3 presidential election, eclipsing total early voting from the 2016 election with 12 days to go, according to data compiled by the U.S. Elections Project. The surge comes after many states have expanded mail-in voting and in-person early voting as a safe way to vote during the coronavirus pandemic and amid voter eagerness to weigh in on the political future of Republican President Donald Trump, who is facing a stiff challenge from Democrat Joe Biden. Biden leads Trump in national opinion polls, although surveys in crucial battleground states indicate a tighter race.

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